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Jan 6th 2012 8:15PM Get a grip on reality, World of Warcraft does not exist in a vacuum. Just as WoW influences other MMO's so do the influence WoW. It is A good thing to be able to look at the other games out there objectively and talk about what they can learn from each other.
Jan 6th 2012 7:15PM Excellent post.
After having played one of the more complicated specs in the game (enhancement on WoTLK) and doing quite well at it, I realized that I play games to relax and have fun, not to be a headache. That being said I love doing homework for my class I.e. making my own spreadsheets simming gear and
Whatnot but I don't want my spec to be a pain in the butthole to play. I did decide to play the Jedi Sentinel in swtor...boy did I make a wrong decision. Most complicated gameplay...EVER
Dec 3rd 2011 11:43AM How did blizzard "kill" LFR?
LFR's intent was to give people with less time to commit to the game the Bility to raid, and in a raid you can only LOOT a boss once, If they don't drop the piece you want then try again the next week.
The same rules apply to LFR as any other raid. The only difference is that you do it with a random group.
Oct 26th 2011 6:05PM What exactly does that have to do with Mists Of Panderia?
Judging by their post I imagine they specifically want to talk about content and systems being introduced with the new expansion, not account services that have been around for years.
Aug 28th 2011 7:50PM Yeah, i raid as a hPally in 10 mans, the thing is in a 10 man assignments aren't really necessary because with so few people you can more comfortably stretch your healing uhhh…"blanket". As long as every healer is doing their job the meters should not matter at all and in fact are often completely skewed because of the way some classes work.
For example rDruids and hPallies work so well with each other because they complement each other, where one is weak the other strong. Meters dont take that into account though.